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Fabrication of Metal Molybdate Micro/Nanomaterials for Electrochemical Energy Storage

Fabrication of Metal Molybdate Micro/Nanomaterials for Electrochemical Energy Storage
Huaiguo Xue, Li Zhang, Guoxiu Wang, Hao Tang, Ling Wang, Huan Pang, Shasha Zheng
Currently, metal molybdates compounds can be prepared by several methods and are considered as prospective electrode materials in many fields because the metal ions possess the ability to exist in several oxidation states. These multiple oxidation states contribute to prolonging the discharge time, improving the energy density, and increasing the cycling stability. The high electrochemical performance of metal molybdates as electrochemical energy storage devices are discussed in this review. According to recent publications and research progress on relevant materials, the investigation of metal molybdate compounds are discussed via three main aspects: synthetic methods, material properties and measured electrochemical performance of these compounds as electrode materials. The recent progress in general metal molybdate nanomaterials for LIBs and supercapacitors are carefully presented here. Metal molybdate frameworks represent one promising kind of power materials for electrochemical energy storage. Synthesis strategies, tailored materials properties and different electrochemical performances are prominent features for lithium-ion batteries and supercapacitors. Metal molybdates frameworks and their derivative nanomaterials are comprehensively summarized and evaluations are given in this review.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/smll.201700917

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